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Reflections on the Logic of the Good Hardcover – October 23, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-0739119259 ISBN-10: 0739119257
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Reflections on the Logic of the Good takes a new and lucid approach to the various disputes between advocates of freedom and free choice against those who wage holy wars, of any kind, in the service of some supreme ideal. Taking Plato?s Republic as her starting point, the author shows, in a discussion free of relativism, that Platonically influenced approaches to truth and values are logically inconsistent and unsustainable.... (Oded Balaban, University of Haifa)

Reflections on the Logic of the Good takes a new and lucid approach to the various disputes between advocates of freedom and free choice against those who wage holy wars, of any kind, in the service of some supreme ideal. Taking Plato’s Republic as her starting point, the author shows, in a discussion free of relativism, that Platonically influenced approaches to truth and values are logically inconsistent and unsustainable. (Oded Balaban, University of Haifa)

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Chana B. Cox is senior lecturer in the humanities at Lewis & Clark College.
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Chana Cox received her B.A. in Mathematics from Reed College, and her Ph.D. in philosophy from Columbia University. She is a scholar of Leibniz and of 17th century philosophy of science. She taught at Lewis and Clark College for over twenty years and is now a Lewis and Clark Senior Lecturer Emerita. At Lewis and Clark, Dr. Cox taught courses in the departments of Philosophy, History, Political Science, Business, and the freshman core.

Chana is the author of several books and other writings including a book on the history of classical liberalism, LIBERTY: GOD'S GIFT TO HUMANITY; a critique of Plato's Republic, REFLECTIONS ON THE LOGIC OF THE GOOD; a play staged by Augustana Lutheran Church and Lewis and Clark College as an interfaith production entitled, PHARAOH, KING OF EGYPT; and A RIVER WENT OUT OF EDEN, a book telling of her family's experiences living in the Salmon River Idaho wilderness with Sylvan Hart, a.k.a. "Buckskin Bill, 'Last of the Mountain Men.'" Chana has now published, via kindle, INUNGILAK, a fictional CIA thriller inspired by her work experience in the Eastern Canadian Arctic.

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